Coordinator & Graduate Advisor: Nadiye O. Erdil, Assistant Professor, PhD, Binghamton University
The Master of Science in Engineering and Operations Management program (MSEOM) is designed for engineering and technical professionals. The program melds engineering methodologies with key components of business-related fields such as finance, marketing, and organizational development.
Recognized nationally as a leader in experiential education, UNH offers a 36-credit master’s degree program in engineering and operations management which provides the knowledge and skills required in planning successful organizational operations including establishing effective supply-chains, assuring high quality products and services, and establishing customer relationships in both the manufacturing and service industries. Students who complete the curriculum could also receive a Graduate Certificate in Lean Six Sigma.
The program offers small class sizes, study in state-of the-art training facilities, and learning from highly educated practitioners with a wealth of industry experience. Within the 36-credit curriculum students complete 20 credits of basic courses and 16-cerdits focused courses including a project course. Below is the program structure and courses.
MSEOM Program Courses and Structure
EM 604 Concepts of Engineering & Quality Management
EM 607 Decision Making Under Uncertainty
EM 609 Applied Statistics for Quality & Engineering Management
EM 630 Project Management
EM 641 Supply Chain Management
FI 603 Financial Management with Engineering Applications
EM 673 Special Topics in Engineering Management
Total Credits for basic courses: 20
EM 613 Organizational Change & Development
EM 615 Applied Marketing for Engineers & Operations Managers
EM 627 Value Engineering & Design or EM 628 Six Sigma Quality Planning
EM 639 Achieving Optimal Operations
EM 681 Simulation Techniques & Application
EM 690 Research Project
Total Credits for focused courses: 16
For more information about the program, courses and schedules, please contact: NErdil@newhaven.edu
203-932-7251 or 203-932-7437